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You vote Casey Stoner 1st in's MotoGP Rider of the Year poll

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Pinky - Unregistered

December 31, 2011 7:13 AM

Average only 8.7? Probably worse than Sic coming 2nd.

He podiumed every race except 1 forced DNF. Otherwise perfect season, came back from a 20point deficit and then brained the field into submission, eventually causing Lorenzo to push harder than he has had to in the last 2 years resulting in unforced errors and crashes.


December 31, 2011 7:24 AM

Casey thoroughly deserved to be #1,in a different class for much of the season, awesome in qualifying superb in the races took it to another level,scary thing is he will only get better ,cheers

Mental - Unregistered

December 31, 2011 7:24 AM

and, put on displays of riding at almost every round that all other MotoGP riders only dream of being able to do.

Stoner is an incredible rider that will probably not be fully appreciated until after his retirement or the retirement of VR which will allow a normal perspective to be reintroduced to MotoGP as apposed to the current 'Circus' perspective.


December 31, 2011 7:36 AM

Looking at the picture from a rather uncommon angle, I wish Casey to break the curse of being the new No.One carrier!So Casey mate, do yourself a favour and join the group of the very few other former champs who also succeeded to break that curse at their turn! :)

MOTO RACE FAN - Unregistered

December 31, 2011 7:38 AM

Stoner makes past World Champions look like amateur club racers. It's awesome to see him ride, uncanny Race craft. Even WC themselves respect his talent... Spies, Dovi, Lorenzo, Rossi etc etc. On record, Stoner is a legend actively riding. He's on the books and well deserved!

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